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range in the south bay after an elderly woman was attacked in her own home. tonight, concerned neighbors are banning together and vowing to top th stop this from happening again. good evening, and thank you for joining us. 100 people were expected in tonight's meeting in san jose. double that number showed up. >> this is all as the 88-year-old assault victim known as ms. flow remains in the hospital fighting for her life. we're live in san jose tonight, with our developing story, katy. >> reporter: ama, dan, it was an impressive turnout, which speaks to the quality of this community. one organizer said we can complain or contribute. neighbors want to keep their streets and each other safe as they pray for ms. flow to recover. >> and we're going to have you guys break into break-out sessions. >> reporter: out ranged and ready to take a stand, neighbors came together to brainstorm ideas to fight crime in their
neighborhood. >> lighted streets and getting the neighbors to become more vigilant. >> my parents are hoolder and w want to make sure everybody is working together and making sure everything stays safe. >> reporter: the captain with the santa clara sheriff's office says neighborhood involvement is critical. >> since neighborhood crime does not occur in the presence of a law enforcement officer, we need the public's assistance to effect an arrest. >> reporter: in the robbery and beating of 88-year-old flow douglas, investigators say there's physical evidence linking zachary cuen to the crime, who broke into douglas' home and viciously beat here. >> it was grandmother it could be yours, it could be your mother. please if you have any additional information, call. >> the family has set up a go fund me page. ms. flow remains in critical
condition. in san jose, katie marzulo, abc 7 news. this is video on twitter showing what drivers saw on 260, smoke rising from a backpack forced highway patrol to close all lanes. this was about 7:00 p.m. firefighters put out the fire and the san mateo sheriff's bomb squad checked out things before lanes were reopened. and when you see news where you live post it with the #abc 7 now and you may sigh see ee it news. the oakland unified school district is warning parents about a school. two parents received a call saying their child had been kidnapped. the caller demanded ransom and the parents called their child's school only to confirm their child was safe and in class, not kidnapped. in july, abc 7 news reported
about a similar scan in union city. oakland unified says if you get one of these fake phone calls, please let them know immediately. tonight we have new details on the firing of hayward superintendent of schools. he's taking issue with the school board. stan dobbs spoke to abc 7 following the board vote to fire him after facing accusations of being dishonest and failed to report the gift of a free hotel room and lost his temper when the district denied his request for a new vehicle. >> i wouldn't even go and say it's defamation. i would say it's character assassination, you know, or some people have told me they consider it modern day listnchi. >> he denied any knowledgement, or any responsibility. >> dobbs led hayward schools for three years and he's begun legal action against the district and has had four superintendents since 2010. abc 7 news was in san bruno
where parents spoke out about plans to combine two classes into one because of low enrollment. that was put some fourth and fifth graders in the same room. >> i'm sure it will help support the learning of the school, help make sure that all the students here at bellairee is successful. >> my kid is in fifth grade and needs to prepare and i don't think he's getting any preparation for middle school. >> students move into the combined class on monday. this man, former uc berkeley law school dean, is suing his former bosss and the uc system regiments. he resigned last spring after being suspended following accusations he sexually harassed his executive assistance and accuses the university of racial discrimination and is of south
asian decent and will mount a quote vigorous and successful defense. a young german shepard is making a remarkable recovery in the east bay. veterinarians were forced to amputate his leg after being shot in his behind leg, but despite that drastic operation, the dog is mounting back, doing fairly well. in fact, we're live with the story, cornell? >> reporter: that dog known as bullet, making a big recovery at the animal shelter will soon need a new home, police hoping to catch the person who shot the dog. he's the wonder dog that's getting used to trotting around on three legs instead of four. >> kind of redistributing the weight and getting the balance down, but he's doing really, really well. >> he's doing really well after someone shot the 9-month-old near monument boulevard in concord. a good samaritan brought him to an animal hospital.
>> our vests estimate from the trajectory of the bullet it was running away from somebody or it was laying down. >> x-rays show bones in the dog's behind ldog dog's hind leg were shattered. >> he needed that leg amputated pronto. >> i'm used to amputations, but removing fragments is a little bit disconcerting for me, as well. >> police are doing ballistic tests. they want to catch who did it. >> someone might know what happened to this dog, in which case we'd love to hear about it. >> reporter: all bullet needs is the perfect home. he loves to play catch and of course he loves a treat. or two, or three. after he's fully healed, bullet will be ready for a new home in a few weeks in martinez, cornell bernard, abc 7 news. a proposal for a new home
for the oakland raiders in las vegas is headed to nevada's governor. today, the tourism committee in southern nevada approved plans to build a $1.9 billion raiders stadium, and needing approval from the governor and 2/3s of legislators and says oakland is neither rolling over nor giving up. to the race for president, donald trump reversed his position on president obama's berth birth certificate. >> and hillary clinton is back on the campaign trail. >> reporter: hillary clinton back on the mend. and on the stump after taking a few sick days to fight pneumonia. >> nobody ever accuses me of quitting. >> reporter: and clinton back on track attacking donald trump. >> he was asked one more time, where was president obama born?
and he still wouldn't say hawaii. when will he stop this ugliness, this bigotry? >> reporter: the "washington post" reported trump was still unwilling to say he believes president obama was born in the u.s. thursday night the trump campaign put out a statement saying because trump successfully obtained the president's birth certificate, trump believes the president was born in the u.s. as for trump's health. >> i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. >> and to prove it, he handed dr. oz two doctors notes. >> if a patient of mine had these records, i'd be really happy. >> reporter: though trump admits he could try more lean qcuisine, a new national poll shows the race at dead heat with less than two months to go. kenneth m oten. coming up, unpaid parking tickets that led a man to go on the attack with a meat cleaver
today in the heart of manhattan. plus, samsung's smart phone problems expand to a new recall, the new rule users must follow if they still have the device. >> reporter: and i'm live in l palo alto where the line for the new iphone is stretching around the block. and the triple digit sizzle is coming. we'll take a look at the weekend weather straight ahead. and a reminder, the emmys air sunday afternoon on abc 7 at 2:00 p.m., and awards begin live at 5:00 and you can catch a replay at 8:00 p.m.
mayhem in manhattan, new york city police officers shot a man after they say he slashed an off-duty detective with a meat cleaver. the trouble started near macy's flag ship store in herald's square, after the man gotta adgitated after his car was booted, and he was tazed before being shot. at first there was a federal recall on a popular new phone
blamed for fires and explosions but tonight the department of transportation is ordering airline passengers not to bring samsu samsung's galaxy note 7 on to planes unless it is turned off, disabled, and not being charged. samsung has already collected 130,000 of these defective phones after its own voluntary recall and the company is apologizing and promising to take steps to exchange every single note 7 and the phone is no longer being sold. >> if you have not yet replaced your original note 7, please, please power it down and return it. >> the company says the note 7 with the new battery is safe. customers have the option of getting a new phone or getting a refund and new phones will be available for exchange no later than next wednesday. now those of you with the abc 7 news app found out at 1:30 this afternoon. download the free app and be sure to enable push alerts.
happening now the annual tradition for apple loyalists is underway across the bay area. the brand-new iphone goes on sale tomorrow morning so that means tonight, apple die-hards are waiting in line. lisa is live outside the pa palo alto store with all the anticipation, hi, lisa. >> reporter: the first person in line arrived at 6:30 this morning. he only has about eight and a half hours more to go, but the phone that most in line want is the iphone 7 plus. being first in line for the release of a new iphone gives you a little bit of celebrity status. >> i kind of wanted to be number one this year. >> that took dedication and it meant arriving before the sun came up. soon, everyone else followed. >> i'm an apple fan. i get one every year. camped out eight of the nine years, only ordered online one year, and i'm hoping to get a 7 plus. >> he's not alone.
only problem is, online and preorders wiped out apple's inventory of the 7 in black and upon plus in all colors, so walk-in customers like these might be out of luck unless they're flexible. >> iphone 7 plus jet black. >> pete mcginnis isn't taking no for an answer. he just drove eight hours to get to the famed palo alto store from southern california and is excited about the new iphone. >> they're easy to use and they change your life for the better. >> the 7 series promises to do just that with a new camera, stereo speaker, longer battery life and it's water resistant with wireless ear pods. >> i know i can order online but i want to get here to get the phone in my hands. i want to be the first people to get the phone in my hands i don't want to wait. >> reporter: and starting at 8:00 a.m., another line will form right over here. these are for people who preordered. now the next shipment of iphone
7 plus in jet black won't go out until november. live in palo alto lisa ami amin gulezianabc 7 news. >> it will pick up before the holidays. convenient. >> time to turn to our weather. >> it's going to steam up again. >> it is. how about triple digits into the weekend. just when you were getting used to the idea of it feeling so good. >> forget it. we're going to heat up around here. >> let's just check out the incredible time lapse. there's one of the engineers walking by of the full moon rising by. tonight, it's the full moon that's a harvest moon and it's a panubriale lips that moves through the outer part of the earth's shadows when the sun, moon and earth align, you'll get an incredible view tomorrow night so check that out. here's a look at live doppler 7 and it is foggy not just near the coast but it has pushed in
over the bay. if you're driving there will be some foggy, misty areas along the coast. it will be poor, or bad in spots. ferry ride, gray over the bay and if you're walking it's going to be cool so make sure you bundle up. mid-to-upper 50s from san francisco to oakland, currently 60 degrees in san jose. sfo, you might encounter delays if you're flying out tomorrow. you can pretty much so why low ceilings could be a problem. low to mid-50s, santa rosa, to novado and a live look from the abc 7 news exploratorium camera. hard to see the top of the transamerica pyramid. foggy in the morning, mild in the afternoon, heating up this weekend ask it will be cooler as fall arrives next week, so appropriately so. i want to point your attention to the heat alert for sunday. it's been a while since we've seen really hot weather. coast you'll enjoy some pretty mild beach weather but you'll
notice it is sizzling inland so if you're not used to the heat, stay hydrated. morning planner hour-by-hour, gray and misty in spots, 5:00 a.m., you'll be seeing some upper 40s so you'll need the extra layer, temperatures in the 50s and 60s as we head into 11:00 a.m. morning starts out crisp, cool, starting to feel like fall so make sure you do not leave home without a light sweater as all take a look, 5:00 a.m., a little bit of mist sewing howing up ale coast for the commute. around the peninsula, east bay and the north bay we'll see some patchy fog. 10:00 a.m., the fog hangs around all afternoon long so those of who you do not like it too warm like inland, just enjoyed fog. temperatures upper 80s to low 90s inland, low to mid-60s at our beaches and we will see the weather actually change up for the weekend, so saturday we're going to introduce you to some mid-90s inland, hot there along
the coastline nice and mild. it's cooking inland. on sunday you're flirting with 100 degrees and the heat hangs on, sib60s and 70s along the coastline. enjoy what we have for tomorrow, a 30-degree spread from coast to inland, heating for saturday, sunday, and carrying into monday, mid-to-upper 90s, 60s beaches, 70s, 80s bay. cooler for first day of fall. only mid-80s inland. obviously with te swings in the temperatures, track them any time with our
a group of surfers had a big surprise in the water off san francisco. the a great white shark leaping out of the water at ocean beach this morning. the surfers estimate it was maybe seven to eight foot juvenile great white. typically sharks only jump out of the water when they're sneaking up and attacking their prey. no one was hurt, but everyone was thrilled. we're going to need a bigger boat. >> thrilled and slightly alarmed. >> it's a juvenile to you.
he looks full grown to me, dan. >> exactly. johnny cuedo, he made sure the bullpen stayed closed. no closer necessary, hi mom. grandma! oh! joey run and get a cookie, ok? let me see it today. this is what it can be like to have shingles. a painful blistering rash. oh! mom. if you had chickenpox the shingles virus is already inside you. one in three people will get shingles in their lifetime. grandma, want to play? maybe later sweetie. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about your risk.
good evening, everybody. searching for the cure for his team, bruce bocci, canceled batting practice. he told his guys don't show up until 5:00. moved denard span down the lineup, anything to try to provide a spark in this pivotal series with the cardinals. two teams fighting for a wild card spot. hunter pence, a two-run homer off adam wainwright, scoring buster posy, two zip giants and a flash. bottom of the fourth, we've got a 2-2 game after a sac fly, and nunez was driven in with a single there. 4-2 giants. shut down the bullpen for the night, retired the final 17 batters. giants win 6-2, dodgers lose, 4
back in the n.l. west. ryan he'llaly, 480 foot bom fifth longest homer in the majors this year, gave cushner. even voght, they win going away, 14-5. the raiders will host the falcons this sunday and a word for derrick carr -- actually three words, less is more. you'll recall carr got hurt in week one. he broke his hand with a stiff arm and this past week, carr went circ de solei. he stuck the landing sort of and he didn't get hurt. he did get a message from coach jack dell rio.
please save this kind of thing. >> coach was happy that i stopped trying to run people over and use the stiff arm but he said unless it's for the super bowl, stop flipping over people, too. i think everyone's heart did that when i did that. i think mine did, too. i've done a couple times after the game but you've got to be competiti competitive but also smart for the team. thursday night football, jets and bills ryan fitzpatrick, 374 yards and a touchdown, 5 yards to erik decker, 20-10 jets at the half. and tyrod taylor, he's mobile, going to air it out to greg salas from the university of hawaii. 71 yards and a little flip into the end zone. bills down 20-17. bills had no answer for matt forte. ran for 100 yards and three touchdowns and the jet beat rex 37-31.
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